2019: Borno APC chieftain rejects indirect primaries, threatens to arrange protest votes

A veteran journalist and resigned Permanent Secretary in the Borno State Civil Service, Musa Abba Aji who is a card-conveying member of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, has kicked against the implied underwriting of indirect primaries by basic partners in the state, demanding that it is just direct primaries that can ensure voters rights in a Democratic system.

This was even as the National Working Committee of the party in Abuja said yesterday that any indirect primaries which prompted a protest from any partner or aspirant will prompt the crossing out of the activity and a fall back on direct primaries in the influenced state.

Aji lamented that the alleged basic partners refered to weakness, absence of assets and failure to have a total online enlist of APC individuals in the state as explanations behind the selection of the aberrant primaries, focusing on that every one of these reasons were ridiculous, as well as a demonstration of aggregate disappointment of electorates in picking their pioneers in the state.

His words: “As a bonafide and card conveying individual from the APC, I am unequivocally contradicted to the roundabout primaries in Borno state. This roundabout alternative isn’t just a demonstration of weakness, however a stage to disappointed all APC voters in the state.

“On the off chance that such technique (roundabout primaries) isn’t suspended for Direct Primaries, we will keep activating electorates for a dissent votes come 2019.

“We approach the National Working Committee, NWC, and pioneers of APC in Borno State to meet the challenge at hand, by embracing direct primaries, which is the best vote based practice for every single elective position on the stage of the All Progressives Congress.

“This will additionally improve support and advance incorporation inside the majority of the APC,” Aji expressed.

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